We take pride in designing video solutions that are cost-effective and make the most of any budget, high or low end. In this article I outline some of the more common risk points in a video production and show the flip side – how involving a production company at an early stage can add value.
Brighton-based video agency Nice Media launches their exclusive Video Toolkit ahead of Learning Technologies 2018.
Over the last year, the agency has seen a rise in clients asking for internal workshops that offer solutions to their L&D challenges; solutions using video. The internal workshops are proving very successful for clients owing to Nice Media’s collaborative and consultative approach in hosting the sessions.
“It’s not the medium, it’s what you do with it.”
That’s what L&D experts have been saying in social media lately, and I 100% agree. A haiku can be just as immersive as VR, depending upon the audience, and how good the poem is.
But all media have intrinsic strengths and we’ve been researching the evidence for the strengths of the various forms of video when deployed in a learning context.
Everyone loves a pub quiz, right? Every flavour of crisps in the middle of the table, multiple pencils and a quirky team name. If there was a round on video we would ace it; we’d play our Joker card. If there was a round on video for learning, well, everyone else might as well go home.
How much do you know about video? Try your hand at these and score ten points for each correct answer…
Over the Summer we blogged about how being a technical master of learning video isn’t as important as utilising your intrinsic vision, enthusiasm and creativity to produce something great. If your learning content engages your audience, then you have found an effective way of communicating your subject.
Melanie Hickmore, Managing Director of Nice Media has been selected as a finalist in the Business Women’s Excellence Awards (BWEA) Sussex edition.
ELN Connect is always a great opportunity for learning professionals to come together, share knowledge and celebrate the best in digital learning. This year was certainly no exception so we thought we’d speak to some of the attendees about their highlights and what makes the eLearning Network so special.
We are very excited to introduce Georgia Rooney as our new Chief Operations Officer. Georgia has an extensive background in media production, digital marketing and video strategy and has worked with brands such as Thomas Cook, Royal Mail, Suzuki Avon and England Rugby to name a few.
It’s that time of year again! (No, put the tinsel down…) I’m talking about ELN Connect 2017 – taking place on the 7th November at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London.
I was asked to write something about which type of video is good for which learning application. Let’s begin by asking “what is video actually good for in learning?” People don’t want long, detailed information in a video, because it means sitting through something not so pertinent, till you get to the bit you want. … Read more